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  • Yuliya Oleynykova
    Published about 12 hours ago
    How to Find Your Inner Peace

    How to Find Your Inner Peace

    Stress and depression are some of the natural phenomena that most people have to tackle. It could happen because of different things that trigger you and it stops you from feeling happy. In this case, people try different strategies to get over these things—they read lifestyle bloggers, have personal coach sessions, watch Youtube videos and talk to their friends.
  • Deana Ramsey
    Published about 16 hours ago
    The Power of Choice

    The Power of Choice

    When we are faced with a challenge in life and we are asked to make a choice, there is never a good or bad decision. As I believe we are meant to go through certain obstacles to help us appreciate the journey as a whole. There may be times where you look back and feel like you could of handled the situation better, but instead of feeling regret, understand you have now learnt from it & if you're ever up against the same situation again, it's possible to approach it differently. I do not believe in the perfect human being, this is why I feel it's important to be open to learning and growing as a person.
  • Lori Anne Rising
    Published a day ago
    The Paths We Walk

    The Paths We Walk

    When does “our path” begin? Is it when we “start fresh” or “start over”? That’s often when we hear people talk about having “started their path”—whatever that might be for them.
  • Rebecca Crosby
    Published 2 days ago
    The Queen Had to Die Before She Could Ride

    The Queen Had to Die Before She Could Ride

    You would really have to be looking for it. You might see it when I wear a camisole or a bathing suit. It turns slightly purplish in color in cold temperatures. It's a small, faded scar on the side of my left breast. It brought me back from death, and freed me from confinement. It's one of the ways I became a Queen.
  • Delisha Baldwin
    Published 3 days ago
    Anger vs Peace

    Anger vs Peace

    When asked, most people would agree that they would prefer to feel peace over anger. However, if we were to look at anger in more depth, we would realise that people experience this emotion in very different ways. Anger is usually a reaction to how an individual would respond to a situation or life event, and many people may not realise that they are carrying anger around with them in their day to day lives. When we compare this to peace, peace is the epitome of forgiveness. We can not find peace within ourselves until we can learn to forgive other people for their actions.
  • Jodi Roberts
    Published 3 days ago
    Moving Forward

    Moving Forward

    Moving forward, such a bold statement to make. Change is coming, this is true, because to move forward, there has to be change. Change in my choices and change in my life.
Staff Picks
  • Anti Clvtch
    Published about a month ago
    Acid Box Meaning

    Acid Box Meaning

    Hello, I am Anti Clvtch. It's nice of you guys to drop by. I am an artist and brand owner, my Instagram is @anti.clvtch. If you would like to check out my page and watch my journey feel free to follow and keep tabs on the page. Now this acid box used to just be some complete and utter accident that I made the first day I decided to do a collage art-style, which is basically finding a bunch of pictures and making them come together to form something completely different or completely random. I choose to make it look psychedelic and trippy because I like making art that makes people just say "WTF" out loud.
  • Silver CrowV1
    Published about a month ago
    Are You That Snorlax Blocking Your Own Path?

    Are You That Snorlax Blocking Your Own Path?

    Heyo guys! If you have ever played or watched Pokemon in your life, you might have realized what I'm talking about here. There is this giant Snorlax which sleeps in the middle of the road, blocking the path; and if you are playing it for the first time, then like me, you might have had no clue what to do, but you totally want to capture it... sorry to be the bearer of the bad news, but it's not gonna happen (unless you play some more and get a flute).
  • Marci Brodock
    Published 2 months ago
    3 Morning Routine Must Do's

    3 Morning Routine Must Do's

    The words "morning routine" are all the buzz in the world of personal development these days. The most successful people are locked into their morning routines, and claim it is an important component of their success. People become obsessed with the morning routine of the successful people they look up to, but morning routines are not something that can be copied to achieve success. Morning routines need to be a personal journey for you in order for them to become a meaningful part of your day. However, there are three consistent actions that are required to help you start your day with success.
  • Nathalia Ramos
    Published 2 months ago
    What Acting Taught Me

    What Acting Taught Me

    For me, acting always served a very specific purpose. When I first started, I couldn't have been more than 5 or 6, it was for pure, innocent joy. Relentless pleading from their boisterous and self-assured child left my parents with little choice, but to enroll me in acting classes. Then, around 12, my hobby turned into a career. This career would fill my days with acting classes and auditions. Days turned into years. There would be the occasional triumph, those fortunate moments when working meant going to set and earning a paycheck. But more often than not, working meant class, practice, audition, repeat. It wasn't until more recently in life, when the realities of adulthood brought forth new and unfamiliar experiences, that it came to serve yet another distinct purpose.
  • Kate Eckman
    Published 3 months ago
    Four Steps to Unshakable Self-Confidence

    Four Steps to Unshakable Self-Confidence

    We've all felt the sting of being let down, frustrated, unfulfilled, or not quite good enough in our lives and relationships. I have been guilty of having unrealistic expectations of others, wanting them to shower me with compliments, approval, and validation, sometimes even trying to control situations or outcomes in an attempt to get what I thought would make me feel good. It was a painful, exhausting way to live.
  • Kristina Sarhadi
    Published 3 months ago
    Kill Yourself:

    Kill Yourself:

    “The only thing that punk rock should ever really mean is not sitting ‘round and waiting for the lights to go green.” —Frank Turner
Advice
  • Deana Ramsey
    Published about 16 hours ago
    The Power of Choice

    The Power of Choice

    When we are faced with a challenge in life and we are asked to make a choice, there is never a good or bad decision. As I believe we are meant to go through certain obstacles to help us appreciate the journey as a whole. There may be times where you look back and feel like you could of handled the situation better, but instead of feeling regret, understand you have now learnt from it & if you're ever up against the same situation again, it's possible to approach it differently. I do not believe in the perfect human being, this is why I feel it's important to be open to learning and growing as a person.
  • Lori Anne Rising
    Published a day ago
    The Paths We Walk

    The Paths We Walk

    When does “our path” begin? Is it when we “start fresh” or “start over”? That’s often when we hear people talk about having “started their path”—whatever that might be for them.
  • Rosie Anne Wright
    Published 5 days ago
    Why You MUST Try

    Why You MUST Try

    I am at a crossroads in my life.
Book Review
  • Eric Burdon
    Published 11 days ago
    Deliberately Practice Until You Succeed

    Deliberately Practice Until You Succeed

    My business is all about ghostwriting at the moment, and one thing I enjoy about one of my clients is the fact they're all about self-improvement. This has given me the opportunity to learn more about my niche and what sort of topics that are most important.
  • Shirley Yanez
    Published 2 months ago
    'The Mind Detective'

    'The Mind Detective'

    Publishing Triumph For Illiterate Self-Made Millionaire.
  • Shirley Yanez
    Published 2 months ago
    'The Mind Detective'

    'The Mind Detective'

    One of six children, Shirley Yanez was born and raised in poverty on a council estate in Leicester in the 1950s. She received no formal education, and would later discover that she was dyslexic. She would go on to use her innate confidence, unbreakable self-belief, and indestructible drive to escape her difficult start in life, finally reaching the top of the money and power mountain within the hyper-capitalist world of Wall Street and the City of London finance.
Goals
  • Jewelle
    Published 5 days ago
    Crossing the Line of Fear

    Crossing the Line of Fear

    Talking about Fear! Again. I know. We've discussed it before, but the thing about Fear is, it keeps sneaking back in, doesn't it? And it manifests itself in all sorts of ways.
  • Landon Girod
    Published 7 days ago
    3 Daring Ways to Discover Your Calling

    3 Daring Ways to Discover Your Calling

    What's your favorite color?
  • Wendy L. Yost
    Published 10 days ago
    Shifting Your Future with Money by Mining Your Past

    Shifting Your Future with Money by Mining Your Past

    "Come here... go away," "don't ever leave me," "there's only one way for this to work, and it's my way." While it may seem that I am quoting people, I'm actually quoting aspects of a different kind of relationship, my relationship with money. If those statements had been in reference to a person, I wouldn't have allowed that person to stay in my life for very long. And yet, I think for many of us, our relationship with money is reflected in often contradictory statements. And these statements create an undercurrent for when we make choices when it comes to how we relate to, use and appreciate money.
Happiness
  • Yuliya Oleynykova
    Published about 12 hours ago
    How to Find Your Inner Peace

    How to Find Your Inner Peace

    Stress and depression are some of the natural phenomena that most people have to tackle. It could happen because of different things that trigger you and it stops you from feeling happy. In this case, people try different strategies to get over these things—they read lifestyle bloggers, have personal coach sessions, watch Youtube videos and talk to their friends.
  • Jodi Roberts
    Published 3 days ago
    Moving Forward

    Moving Forward

    Moving forward, such a bold statement to make. Change is coming, this is true, because to move forward, there has to be change. Change in my choices and change in my life.
  • Anoushka SALDANHA
    Published 4 days ago
    Beauty Is Only Skin Deep

    Beauty Is Only Skin Deep

    I have tried and quickly failed to dignify this article, one that is so close to my heart, with the right introduction. I had so many thoughts when I started writing, but it's getting increasingly tricky to accurately express what's in my mind to a casual reader browsing through for some new content.
Healing
  • Rebecca Crosby
    Published 2 days ago
    The Queen Had to Die Before She Could Ride

    The Queen Had to Die Before She Could Ride

    You would really have to be looking for it. You might see it when I wear a camisole or a bathing suit. It turns slightly purplish in color in cold temperatures. It's a small, faded scar on the side of my left breast. It brought me back from death, and freed me from confinement. It's one of the ways I became a Queen.
  • Delisha Baldwin
    Published 3 days ago
    Anger vs Peace

    Anger vs Peace

    When asked, most people would agree that they would prefer to feel peace over anger. However, if we were to look at anger in more depth, we would realise that people experience this emotion in very different ways. Anger is usually a reaction to how an individual would respond to a situation or life event, and many people may not realise that they are carrying anger around with them in their day to day lives. When we compare this to peace, peace is the epitome of forgiveness. We can not find peace within ourselves until we can learn to forgive other people for their actions.
  • Lori Anne Rising
    Published 4 days ago
    Day 8: The Addiction to Doing

    Day 8: The Addiction to Doing

    Growing up, to be loved required me to make sure others were happy first. If I expressed my own emotions, they were used against me. If I expressed my own needs, they were considered a nuisance and silenced. I was rewarded and acknowledged for chores well done, good grades, and making others happy. It was all about what I did to meet others’ expectations and make them happy, not about who I was being.
How To
  • Taylor Eden
    Published 6 days ago
    How to Find Your Path and Awaken Your Creativity
  • Isla Wright
    Published 12 days ago
    5 Ways to Boost Your Sex Appeal and Confidence

    5 Ways to Boost Your Sex Appeal and Confidence

    It doesn’t matter if you believe in the good old saying that every person is beautiful in a unique way, or not. We are always trying to do our best to look good, and express that sex appeal of ours in the best possible way. Not only does this affect one’s confidence, but it can also make a person feel way better about himself or herself: a crucial thing in this day and age, when everything is all about judgment. But, how can you boost your sex appeal and thus boost your confidence? This might be a very tricky thing to do, especially for people who have never done it before. Take a look at some of these ideas, and get that sex appeal of yours up and running:
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published about a month ago
    How to Do What You Dread

    How to Do What You Dread

    There are some necessary things we have to do in life that we dread. Even though we dread doing them, we have to do them anyway. Dreading to do something makes the thing we have to do even more dreadful.
Self Help
Social Media
Success
  • Kelly Brealey
    Published 9 days ago
    ​Prince Charming Is Not Coming to Save You

    ​Prince Charming Is Not Coming to Save You

    I'm either going to empower the f*ck out of some people today, or make myself very unpopular—either way, that's ok; this needs to be said.
  • Erin Jones Wesley
    Published 16 days ago
    I’ve Always Had This Crown

    I’ve Always Had This Crown

    Since I was a little girl, I’ve always had this crown.
  • Cienna Jones
    Published 20 days ago
    Wellbeing and Success

    Wellbeing and Success

    If you look at the definition of wellness, according to the definition on Merriam-Webster, it is “the quality or state of being in good health, especially as an actively sought goal.” While the definition states that you must be in good health, I beg to differ. Everyone thinks that wellness is always about being in tune with yourself. I think the best time in your life is being the person who you don’t know, and this could be both in good health and not so good health. While the word health is being thrown around, this can mean both mental and physical. And while this idea can sound extremely negative, this can also be extremely positive. If you are someone who does not handle conflict well and one day, you can are in a situation where you would normally run away, and you stand up for yourself, this is a situation where you are not following the normality of your life. Being who you are is a statement that does not help anyone get further in their life. At any age, do we really know who we are? At 12, I wanted to be a nurse or a doctor. At the age of 20, I want to be a psychologist. In seven more years, I might want to become an accountant. There is nothing wrong with your life going in a million different ways. When I started college, I wanted to right away to go through school, get my associates, my bachelor's, my master’s, and end up with a Ph.D. Life is not about checking off a list and saying that’s how your life is going to go. You might be reading this and thinking, “Why am I listening to this woman talking about wellness and being who you are?” Let me tell you, my friend, I have a lot of credibility in success and failure. Over the course of my school career, I have had many different failures and successes. I strongly believe that failures are something that can be the driving point for some people. Everyone will have events in their life that shape them into who they are. I have always been successful, even though sometimes in my life that I was not always well. I also think success is a word and idea that can only truly be defined by the individual person. One person might think getting an office job is the definition of success, while another would thank that graduating a two year community college is a huge success. Both are very valuable in their own ways, and along the way, there was a person who failed or didn’t know who they were at the time. These things matter because wellness and success do not always have to go hand in hand. The takeaway from this is that you need to think of yourself first. Be selfish. Take the success and take the failure. You become a new person every single day, and in a perfect world, your mistakes would not matter. While there are a lot of times that you cannot change the things you have done in the past, you can always make better choices that can change your future. Make sure you gauge your wellness and figure out if you’re in or out of tune with yourself, and see who you like best. Always look towards what can help you achieve the best version of you, and you will see where your wellbeing is. Even though the definition of wellbeing will never change, I think we as a society can change how we view it and what it means to the individual.